Web log figures as Bristol hold its breath for rate change

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Bristol‘s had a very great rise in cases and a excellent sharp fall’.

This is how Matt Hancock described our city’s response to coronavirus this evening (December 14) difficult just two days before our team learn what kind of restrictions will probably be imposed us.

The latest dysfunction of cases show Bristol’s rate per 100, 500 is now lower than North Somerset, South Gloucestershire and the country average.

Our city’s activity stands at 120, this places us 241th from a possible 380 areas.

Upper Somerset’s rate has peaked at 122. 8, To the south Gloucestershire’s is 148 and then England’s is 173. 9.

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The latest data indicates two more people passed across the Bristol region suitable after contracting the disease.

One in South Gloucestershire and the remaining in Bathtub and North East Somerset.

Public Health England’s new figures for the South West’s hospital admissions were authored on December 11, any time 103 people were admitted in some day. This brings these region’s overall number of Covid inpatients to 712.

There has been a further 232 coronavirus death in the UK and an additional veinte, 263 confirmed cases within the last few 24 hours.

That’s more than cinco, 000 more infections versus were recorded last Thursday, December 7.

It takes the full total number of fatalities within generally days of a positive test that would 64, 170 and the final amount of cases since the start of pandemic to 1, 869, 666.

The breakdown of recent cases

Today’s full time rise in cases for each the main region is recorded here, with the total figure via pandemic in brackets:

  • Tub and North East Somerset: +17 (3, 971)

  • Bristol: +85 (16, 423)

  • To the north Somerset: +33 (4, 625)

  • South Gloucestershire: +72 (7, 037)

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